AOLCP Program of CT NOFA lt
Announcing Our First FREE Webinar!

With funding from the Long Island Sound Future Fund we are bringing you "Social Marketing" with Bernadette Giblin, AOLCP, which covers marketing and messaging your organic land care services to the public. This  35 minute presentation was given at the last two Organic Lawn Care Certificate Courses and is now available for free with viewing at your convenience HERE

Bernadette Giblin is the two time recipient of the Toxics Use Reduction Institute's (TURI) Toxics Reduction Champion Award. She is an organic land care consultant who has worked on the organic transition of several public parks, schools and health care campuses throughout Massachusetts.

Thank you to Bernadette for developing this presentation, for leading over 15 weekly Organic Land Care Phone Chats, and for sharing your knowledge so generously!

Coming soon: "Surf & Turf" with Judy Preston, and the full Organic Lawn Care Certificate Course online. 
AOLCP Spring Workshop 

Tuesday,May 27th 4pm-6pm
670 Walnut Hill Road,Thomaston, CT 06787
$20 AOLCPs& CT NOFA Members, $30 Public

Take a tour around Cricket Hill Garden in Thomaston, CT and learn about the many varieties of peonies from Dan Furman, AOLCP! We'll discuss peony culture and care, selecting the right peonies for the right location, and peony propagation. Dan and his family have started to grow fruit trees as well, so we will also view additional plants available at the nursery.  Support CT Grown nursery plants and AOLCP-owned businesses!
AOLCPs who attend will earn 1 CEU

Click HERE to register or call our office at (203)308-2584


Out & About with AOLCPs
Employing "Common Sense" Principles for a More Positive, Permanent Future
By Kathy Litchfield

PHILADELPHIA, PA-- Melissa Miles shared one word when describing her first job out of college - "awful!"An environmental engineer at an oil refinery, she spent hours after work freeing geese stuck in oil pits that weren't supposed to be left open and driving them to a bird rescue in Delaware."It was perhaps the best example of the worst we've done, but a really good experience for me to see that first hand," said the Philly native who has dedicated her life's work to permaculture design, ecological restoration, green building and environmental activism.


The OLC Chat is Moving to Thursday Nights!

Thanks for all the positive feedback on the Chat Series Bernadette Giblin, AOLCP, been 
hosting: Overcoming Hurdles to Organic Land Care for a Healthy Community & Green Local Economy!

Because of your enthusiasm for the Series, Bernadette will be continuing it & moving it to THURSDAY @ 8PM! There's a new conference line # +1-613-482-9099 that can be accessed via phone or computer.And if you missed a Chat, replays will be available immediately via her blog HERE
Advertise with NOFA OLC!  
 
 

If you sell a product which you think will interest AOLCPs, then advertise on our website or in our monthly e-newsletter. Reach thousands of readers on our website and hundreds of AOLCPs each month. 

 

Contact Stephanie at stephanie@ctnofa.org for more information and click HERE for the full description of services. 

Marketing OLC Sucsess! 

Nice job on your website, Fredricks Organic Land Care! We really like the way he uses his NOFA Accreditation to market his organic lawn care business. Fred posts the NOFA OLC logo, the Embeddable Text Box describing Accreditation to customers, and he links to the NOFA page to further describe accreditation. - Just a quick tip for AOLCPs who are working on their marketing today. Click HERE to view their webpage

Reaccreditation Corner

AOLCPs! 

As soon as you attend a conference or class in which you would like to receive CEUs, submit your credits by using this handy button on the OLC homepage! 

 

 

What's New?

Write to aolcp@organiclandcare.net, and Debbie will help with your questions.

 

Other credit opportunities

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